Tool Tag Programming
It is the employer’s responsibility to adhere to legal requirements applicable to workplace health and safety and to determine vibration values that are representative of the actual vibration emissions over time.   Further detailed information is available on the HSE web site: http://www.hse.gov.uk/foi/internalops/fod/inspect/hav.pdf or within ISO 5349-2. 
 
Commonly there are two sources of data to use for the purpose of calculating HAVs exposure points; 
  • the published Manufacturer’s data, or 
  • vibration measurements taken by a competent person in the workplace.
Measurement results can be highly variable, and manufacturer’s test methods may not represent the levels in the workplace.  In either case, the employer should assess the reasonableness of using such values, and the influence of factors such as variation over time, variation by specific task, variation by user, and correct maintenance of tools and accessories.

Testimonial:

Morgan Sindall

“Continuous digital monitoring goes beyond the directive and establishes a useable management tool to raise awareness and educate tool users”.